Who is this toolkit for?
Researchers, students, and organizations who want to study, develop or disseminate mobile health interventions, and/or use mobile health data to maximize social good.
How to use this toolkit
The toolkit includes five topics with key questions for designing or evaluating a digital health research study. These questions can help to formulate current or future research questions, to determine populations to study, and to evaluate results.
To develop this toolkit, we held a total of six unique discussions and brainstorming sessions with researchers, students, and community partners from September 2020 to April 2021. We then sent out the key questions to experts in digital health, data science, social justice, and education, from March to May 2021. We also conducted an informal literature review in PubMed and Google scholar.
Who are we?
We are D-Lab researchers, data scientists, clinicians, and community members funded by a University of California, Berkeley Changemaker Technology Grant. Through our vast experiences, disciplines, and backgrounds we were brought together by the common goal to give researchers, technology providers, and (community) health organizations the tools to design digital health for social justice. See Project Team for more information.